I tested it this
Autumn at the Artevelde University College and I clearly could see
students produced better research projects."
Co-founder, Investigative Research Network Europe (IRENE)
Based on 10 years of research, this ground-breaking 80 page manual, by me and colleagues in the Global Investigative Journalism Network, is FREE.
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De meilleures investigations ?
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For the Arabic version, go to www.arij.net.
Preventing the Next Financial Crisis: In December 2008 a high-powered (in every sense) group of economists, Federal Reserve and EU officials and others gathered at the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics at Columbia University to figure out what went smash and how to stop the next one. I was there to write the final report, a quotable handbook to the underlying issues. Many of the subjects discussed in the report are still hot topics, which says a lot about how hard it has been and will be to reform the financial sector. Click here.
and viewed in the light of the social doctrine of the Church; a study prepared by Alain Pilote on the occasion of the week of study that followed the Congress of the Pilgrims of Saint Michael in Rougemont, September 5-11, 2006.
The Social Credit idea may raise many questions among our new readers, and one article is certainly not enough to answer all these questions, or to give a clear understanding of the whole concept of Social Credit. Besides, most people simply do not have the time to read long books on the subject. So, here is the solution: the Social Credit proposals explained in 10 lessons, each one being the logical continuation of the previous one.
Louis Even's masterpiece
All those who appreciate Louis Even's writings on Social Credit will make it their duty to get this book, a masterpiece of logics and clarity. To the new readers of "Michael", we strongly recommend this book, which gives, in a simple but brilliant way, the best possible explanations on the new conception of economics that Social Credit represents. You can find on line on this site the complete book (50 chapters plus appendices).
410 pages, 14,5 cm x 21 cm, $20 by mail,
The booklet that caused Louis Even
by J. Crate Larkin
It is this booklet that changed the course of the life of Louis Even and made him a Social Crediter in 1934. "It was a great light on my path," Louis Even said. This 112-page booklet could change your life too! Order it now! The pricfe is $? by mail (Canada and U,S,A,), and $10 international.
To download the PDF version of this book, click here (or on the picture of the cover of the book) (1,2 Mb)
Two booklets on Social Credit by Louis Even
The first booklet, "What Do We Mean By Real Social Credit?", explains that Social Credit is not a political party, but a series of principles expressed for the first time by engineer Clifford Hugh Douglas in 1918, and that the implementation of these principles would make the social and economic organism effectively reach its proper end, which is the service of human needs. These principles can be implemented by any political party in office, and there is no need of a "Social Credit Party" in power to have them implemented. This booklet is a must for anyone who wants to study Social Credit for the first time, since it contains a very good summary of Social Credit principles (A Primer of Social Credit), and replies to the more widespread objections to this doctrine.
The second booklet, "A Sound And Efficient Financial System", is for those who have already some notion of Social Credit, but who want to know more about its practicability and technical aspects. It explains Douglas's three basic propositions for a sound financial system, and how they could be implemented: how to achieve a constant equilibrium between prices and purchasing power, how to finance private and public production, the financing of distribution through the social dividend to all, and finally, what would become of taxes in a Social Credit financial system.
Two booklets of 32 pages, 21 x 27 cm
An exceptional offer: three books on Social Credit
It is urgent to start and form study circles in every country of the world to put an end to the present financial crisis and propose a solution that puts the economic and financial systems at the service of the human person. If we don't take action, we'll have a world government and the total loss of our freedom. These three books are:
1. The Social Credit proposals explained in 10 Lessons, viewed in the light of the Social Doctrine of the Church (151 pages); a study prepared by Alain Pilote that is used for our seminars on the occasion of the week of study.
2. In This Age of Plenty (410 pages), by Louis Even, a masterpiece of logic and clarity, with over 50 chapters plus appendices.
3. From Debt to Prosperity (112 pages) by J. Crate Larkin. It is this booklet that changed the course of the life of Louis Even and made him a Social Crediter in 1934. "It was a great light on my path," Louis Even said.
Since our first goal is to spread the news and educate the population, we offer for a limited time, a special price for these three books (the prices given include the shipping):
There is also a better deal for those who wish to order in large quantities:
And we have a very good deal for those who want to organize study circles: 10 copies of Social Credit in 10 Lessons: 50 dollars; and 90 dollars for 20 copies. Send your cheque or money order to our Rougemont office (1110 Principale St., Rougemont, QC J0L 1M0).
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